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The RK Group expands restaurant business to Houston
The newest edition to the San Antonio-based catering and event company's expanding portfolio is Radio Milano. The eatery serves up modern Italian dishes and is located in Houston's upscale CityCentre district. The new restaurant has a companion …
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Uchi loses acclaimed chef to Dallas restaurant group
Robison left his role as executive chef at Houston's Restaurant Cinq to become a sous chef at Uchi in 2012. Within a year, he'd been promoted to chef de cuisine at one of the most high-profile restaurants in the state. He offers praise to Uchi, the …
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Where to Eat Right Now: 10 sizzling, must-try restaurants for November
What does the Pappas family do with a "spare" building in an area of Houston that already had a full complement of the company's restaurants? They use it to launch a new concept, of course. Located just outside the Loop on I-10 East, Pappas Meat Co is …
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Cafe Mezza & Grille

Cafe Mezza & Grille Reviews

6100 Westheimer Rd
Average Rating: 4.5 out of 5 (159 Reviews)

Review by Nicola G.
I randomly checked this place out cause we were stuck in traffic and hungry…. boy, did I stumble on something mighty delicious. First thing I did was…
Rating: 5

Review by Kit C.
Ok, so, aesthetics:

The atmosphere leaves something to be desired, but we were here for the food.

Num nums:

Baba ganoush
Rating: 3

Review by Mereen J.
Food Too Good to NOT Post! Cafe Mezza and Grille – Mango Stuffed Chicken and Cornish Hen Platter!

We went here on a whim thanks to all the Yelp reviews…
Rating: 4

Houston Is Cooking the Best: The Best

Houston Is Cooking the Best: The Best

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What Houstonians have enjoyed when dining out, they often wish to recreate at home, and this book helps fill that need. 26 of the city’s best chefs and restaurants share their recipes for popular dishes that are sure to become favorites.

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Chicken Ranch taps into latest trend: fried bird
The Chicken Ranch is the first of several restaurant concepts that Martinez and Sedillo are planning under the new Spindletop restaurant group. The partners are well known in the Houston restaurant community: Sedillo is a food and wine aficionado with …
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Restaurants spotlight holidays without turkey

Restaurants spotlight holidays without turkey
Sylvia Casares, owner of Sylvia's and Sylvia's Enchilada Kitchen restaurants, demonstrates how to trim slightly oversized husks to size during a tamale-making class at her new restaurant Sylvia's, 1140 Eldridge Parkway. Sylvia Casares, owner of Sylvia …

Houston restaurant to open new location in The Woodlands
Another popular Houston restaurant, Hearsay Gastro Lounge, opened its second downtown location, known as Hearsay on the Green, That location is at the Embassy Suites Houston Downtown. Two other Houston restaurants are expanding to bring their …
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New restaurants continue to expand dining options in The Woodlands
Houston's first certified green restaurant is coming soon to The Woodlands. Ruggles Green is opening in January on Research Forest Drive, offering a healthy menu, with more than 35 gluten-free options and as much locally grown produce as possible, the …

High-style sushi restaurant and nightclub closes to rethink "confusing" concept

Houston Good Dog – veggie dog style
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This was our first trip to the brick and mortar Good Dog restaurant. We ordered tofu dogs (meh, not so great) on pretzel rolls (super great).

Their homemade ketchup was oddly bitter – we were less than happy with our meal, but will be back to give it another shot. Super cute space and I love that they’ve got a good variety of beer and wine = bonus.

High-style sushi restaurant and nightclub closes to rethink "confusing" concept
So it probably won't surprise anyone that Eater Houston found a Yelp review that announced the restaurant would be closing Nov. 30. Fish and the Knife general manager Bronwyn Noyes confirms that the restaurant will close for "rebranding and remarketing.
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Taking aim at cold, noisy restaurants
Many readers agreed with last week's rants about chilly dining rooms and loud music. B.R. Kunze writes, "I agree, many restaurants keep temperatures too low and play awful, loud music. I, too, enjoy talking with my guest but not over the noise in most …

Shuttered landmark grocery store's thriving restaurant makes bold changes
"I think there's a big portion of people in The Woodlands who are driving to Houston for tasting menus." Of course, that isn't his only goal for Curate. "I'm also trying to bring Houston to The Woodlands. A few restaurant down there do it. I think if I …
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Engine World Inc Now has a Dedicated Quality Control Team to Ensure all Japanese Motors Pass through Stringent Testing and Inspection Before they are Shipped

Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) November 23, 2014

Engine World Inc established in 2004 is known for supplying low mileage Japanese engines. They believe trust is the reason for their success. Engine World has a dedicated team at their offices in Japan to carefully hand pick low mileage used Japanese engines and transmissions. Their team has full control from the moment the vehicle is acquired in Japan for engine to be pulled out till they are loaded in the container. Each vehicle is driven to check if the engine and transmission is functional and meets their quality standards. Once the container arrives at Engine World’s head office in Houston each engine and transmission is carefully tested again. Here is a detailed explanation of how their engines are tested:

Compression test: This is the most important test that reveals true health of the engine. It shows condition of valves, valve seats & piston rings. Healthy compression ratio is generally over 100 psi but according to Engine World’s standards dry compression should be around and over 120 psi but highest and lowest variation in compression between all cylinders must not be over 10 percent.

Leak down test: In this test compressed air is injected through spark plug hole to read positive pressure created by the cylinder. Since internal combustion engine draws the mixture of air and fuel to build power. Leak down tester has two gauges, one measures amount of air entering and other measures percentage of air escaping or leaking from the cylinder. This test indicates overall health of the engine.

Oil Pressure test: This helps diagnose problems with engine oil pressure. This test indicates condition of oil pump.

Overall inspection and steam washing: This step includes thorough inspection of the whole engine to ensure there is no sludge, cracks or broken housing, mounts or brackets. Engine World uses environmentally friendly parts washer to steam clean all engines before they are shipped. Engines are carefully and securely tied down on a pallet and shrink wrapped for shipment.

The above steps are compulsory before an engine is shipped to their customers. Engine World has a team of experienced sales representatives who make sure that right engine is being shipped to the customer based on specifications provided by the customer while filling the credit card form on their website

Engine World believes in customer service so they welcome all their customers to contact them by sending a message on Google plus. Their Google plus profile is :

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Clariant Business Unit Reduces Carbon Footprint in its Supply Chain by 65 Percent

Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) November 21, 2014

Clariant, a world leader in specialty chemicals, announced today that a supply chain optimization effort instituted as part of the Clariant worldwide sustainability program has reduced by more than 60 percent the carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions produced when shipping one raw material for its Oil Services operations.

Through supply chain analysis and planning involving Clariant’s Oil Services business and its regional procurement team, the company partnered with the manufacturer of a subsurface chemical to optimize the supply chain by switching from bulk tanker truck deliveries to intermodal transport, reducing CO2 emissions by 65 percent per year. This represents a reduction of 37 tons of emissions for a single product.

“In a business driven by sustainability, it’s no longer enough to manage your supply chain for cost and service levels,” says Michael Ochoa, ‎Region Head – West US for Clariant Oil Services. “By focusing on the efficiency of our supply chain and working as partners with our suppliers, we can make a positive impact in reducing the carbon footprint associated with these operations.”

Ochoa said the intermodal delivery option was selected based on the volume of material that Clariant consumes on a recurring basis. Bulk tanker truck shipments, the standard means of delivery, tend to be more costly and less efficient when used for cross-country shipping. An analysis was conducted to verify that the transition would have no impact on lead times and quantities required to sustain daily business requirements. The analysis concluded that the cost per unit of intermodal transport was lower than standard delivery methods, while the environmental impact was significant.

Clariant’s Oil Services business is one of the world’s leading suppliers of chemicals and integrated services to the oil and gas industry. Its products, which include scale and corrosion inhibitors and demulsifiers, stop corrosion in oilwell parts, dissolve waxes that build up in oil pipelines and separate unwanted substances in crude oil, all helping oil producers to increase their production and maintain the integrity of their facilities. Regional procurement assists the Oil Services business with negotiating pricing for materials and helps identify suppliers that are committed to partnering with the business to provide best-in-class chemistry and services.

“An awareness of the impact of daily business operations is now part of our decision-making process when it comes to determining supply chain movements,” says Ochoa. “Raising awareness within the supply chain helps us make critical decisions about carefully managing our money and the environment.”

Clariant is a globally leading specialty chemicals company, based in Muttenz near Basel/Switzerland. On December 31, 2013 the company employed a total workforce of 18,099. In the financial year 2013, Clariant recorded sales of CHF 6.076 billion for its continuing businesses. The company reports in four business areas: Care Chemicals, Catalysis & Energy, Natural Resources, and Plastics & Coatings. Clariant’s corporate strategy is based on five pillars: increase profitability, reposition portfolio, add value with sustainability, foster innovation and R&D, and intensify growth.

Clariant Oil Services is a leading provider of chemical technologies and services to the oil, pipeline and refineryindustries. A global business with headquarters in Houston, Texas, Clariant Oil Services is represented in all major oil and gas locations. From deepwater exploration to refining, Clariant Oil Services provides chemical products and services designed to reduce customer costs, decrease operational risks and improve production efficiency.

Clariant Oil Services operates state-of-the-art R&D and applications laboratories in the United States, Scotland, Germany, Brazil and Indonesia, as well as an environmental testing laboratory in Norway. Clariant Oil Services’ industry experience is supported by a dedicated global technical services network, providing a unique position from which to address and resolve customer challenges anywhere in the world, now and in the future.

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The New Houston – From Green Energy to Web Hosting – Houston Is on a Roll!

Bike Share kiosks in downtown. Electric vehicle charging stations at the grocery store. Over 15 miles of new rail lines being constructed. Wind turbines and solar on rooftops. Solar-powered mini-offices at schools and parks. E-cycling and polystyrene foam recycling. Urban gardens surrounding office buildings. LEED-certified historic buildings. Complete Streets in urban neighborhoods. Accessible and recreation-oriented bayous.

What City is this you ask? Houston, and not only is Houston going green, this great city has become a technology mecca with many web hosting firms developing strong relationships in the city.

Look at the testimonials of a company closely, especially those featured on their site. Many web hosting companies offer cheap plans on their site, but there are few that are located in the great state of Texas, and even fewer with a long history in the City of Houston.

For some companies, this may be easy to spot, for others it may be more difficult. In either case, do not take web hosting companies at face value. Get reviews from independent message boards not affiliated with the web hosting company, then choose a host with a strong foundation in Houston.

The New Houston.

When looking for a web hosting provider, a good indicator of a professional firm is a regularly updated blog on the provider’s website. Although it may be overlooked, a blog indicates that the provider is willing to maintain communication, whether it’s about server issues, upgrades, or new features that are on the way. Also look for professional responses to comments left for the provider by other users.

Innovation, creativity and a black gold rush spirit dominated industrial Houston at the turn of the last century – putting Houston on the map as an economic leader.

Don’t choose your web hosting provider based solely on price. Although using a cheap or free web host may save you money in the short run, these hosts might not offer the disk space or bandwidth you need. Price should be only one factor in your final decision so that you ensure that you get what you most need.

Today, Houston is at an historic juncture. Decision-drivers for the city and the region are no longer only economic. There is an emerging recognition that the city has the building blocks to be one of the most livable, equitable and sustainable places in the nation, and lead the next revolution: the green revolution.

If you are going to obtain a shared web hosting solution, conduct some research on the websites that you will be sharing your server with. You should definitely avoid sharing servers with websites that participate in spam due to the fact that if any of these websites receive an IP address ban from search engines or internet service providers, your website will be banned along with them. Adult websites in particular tend to participate in these kinds of activities.

What are these building blocks? Recently, Forbes Magazine placed Houston as the number one city for young professionals. And young professionals drive innovation and use new thinking to solve old issues. Houston has a business-friendly environment and a plethora of large companies conducting business in new ways. Houston has high average incomes and a concentration of graduates from elite colleges from across the country. Also, for the first time in thirty years, the Kinder Houston Area Study revealed a significant increase in the number of residents who support mass transit and prefer a less automobile-dependent, more urbanized lifestyle. And Mayor Annise Parker’s forward-thinking and innovative approaches and initiatives are putting Houston on the map as a national green leader.

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What’s most exciting about Houston is that few people think it will lead the green revolution. But this sleeping giant is starting to awaken. Houstonians love a good challenge and love to save money.

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At the turn of the last century, rich resources made Houston a national economic leader. At the turn of this century, rich resources will do the same. Texas has, by far, the largest installed wind power capacity of any U.S. state. The City of Houston capitalized on this and has been recognized by the EPA as the number one municipal purchaser of green power and the seventh largest overall purchaser in the nation.

Don’t be afraid to change your web host if they are not providing you with the services that you need. There are currently thousands of web hosting providers in the market. So, if your current web host is giving you shoddy service and charging you extortionate monthly fees, it is in your best interest to change your web hosting provider today!

The City has a robust partnership with the University of Houston’s College of Architecture’s Green Building Components Program. Their innovative faculty has designed the first movable solar powered office/generator, and the City, through a grant, has purchased 17 of these units for emergency preparedness and other uses. Houston also recently received two large grants to reduce the cost of solar for residents and test out new types of rooftop solar technology.

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Houston does not only create cleaner ways to use energy, Houston actually uses less energy. The City knows about energy efficiency: over 80 City facilities are expected to achieve guaranteed energy use reductions of 30% with paybacks of, on average, less than ten years.

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The City also wants energy efficiency to be part of the urban fabric of Houston. Through our Residential Energy Efficiency Program (REEP), led by the General Services Department, the City has helped 13k Houston residents weatherize their homes, resulting in 12-20% kWh reduction and $ 60-125 savings each month. On the commercial side, the award-winning Houston Green Office Challenge and the City’s partnership in the DOE’s Better Buildings Challenge are encouraging building owners and property managers to find innovative measures to reduce their energy and water consumption and decrease waste.

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We also know that equally important to encouraging high performing buildings is looking at our codes. In January 2012, the City, with leadership from the Public Works and Engineering Department, set the bar high by adopting the Houston Residential Energy Code. This code makes Houston’s standards 5% above the state code for residential energy efficiency standards, and also requires all new residential buildings to be solar ready. And Houston is poised to adopt another 5% increase above state code this year.

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It’s not just about energy efficiency. Houston also embraces green buildings. Currently Houston is number four in the nation in the number of LEED certified buildings with 186 certified projects. That’s up from #7 just a year ago.

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One of the most impressive pieces of the green revolution is the emphasis on public transportation and new transportation technologies. Under the leadership of METRO, Houston will soon have three new rail lines, adding over 15 miles to the system.

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Please don’t come here, for your own safety. This “bar” is a cover for drug dealers to deal/do drugs.

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Celebrity doctor visits his hot Houston restaurant and reveals his role in the

Celebrity doctor visits his hot Houston restaurant and reveals his role in the
Andrew Weil, the world-renowned physician and alternative health guru, is in Houston attending a meeting of the American Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine, where he's speaking about the integration of Chinese and Western medicine. The trip also …
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Cutting edge sommelier leaves the Houston restaurant world behind for the
She cites celebrity chef Daniel Boulud as her inspiration, because she says he measures a restaurant's quality by its number of repeat customers. She's particularly looking forward to reaching younger patrons who may have inherited a membership and are …
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What's happening on Washington Ave? Another trendy restaurant bites the dust
With over 150 varieties of tequila, the restaurant set a trend of appreciation for the spirit that's been followed by places like El Big Bad/El Gran Malo, Pico's and others. Even after founding chef Tommy Birdwell left in 2012, it remained well …
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HSSK Adds International Energy Capabilities with New Practice Group

Houston, Texas (PRWEB) November 17, 2014

Hill Schwartz Spilker Keller LLC is pleased to announce the expansion of its practice with the addition of a group of experienced consultants in the energy and international arbitration fields. Wayne Wilson and Casey Ballard, along with their staff, joined HSSK from UHY Advisors, Inc. on November 15, 2014.

For almost 20 years, Wayne Wilson has been providing international consulting services and expert testimony to the energy industry in a number of areas, including finance, pricing, organizational management, accounting, statistics and risk management. Wilson built his practice group with expertise in crude and natural gas reserves valuation, pricing and accounting for production and refined products, transportation pricing, transfer pricing, royalty valuations, gas marketing best-practices, valuation of energy companies, valuation and accounting for derivatives for natural gas and natural gas liquids, and the use of mark-to-market accounting. His group’s expertise in the power industry includes valuations of power projects, valuations and accounting analysis of financial derivative positions for power, contract audits of local distribution companies, power marketing best practices (including financial, accounting, and managerial), and accounting for power marketing operations.

Wayne received his master’s degree in Accounting from the University of Illinois in 1992, and worked for the international accounting and consulting firms Ernst & Young, PricewaterhouseCoopers, and Deloitte, LLP before moving completely into the consulting practice.

As co-leader of the practice with Wayne, Casey Ballard brings 15 years of experience in the energy industry to HSSK’s practice. Ballard received her Master’s degree in Finance from Texas A&M University in 1999. She has since worked as a consultant for Deloitte and Navigant Consulting in addition to UHY. Her background in the energy field includes working for domestic and international clients in performing damages calculations, lost profits calculations, valuations, investigations and providing expert testimony.

“Wayne and Casey have built a world class energy litigation, international arbitration and energy consulting practice which they are bringing to HSSK. With this addition we will strengthen and extend our already strong service offerings ‘from the wellhead to Wall Street’ for the energy industry,” said Marc Schwartz, co-founder and member of the Management Committee of HSSK.

For more information on HSSK’s business valuation, litigation consulting, or financial restructuring services, visit its website:

About Hill Schwartz Spilker Keller LLC (HSSK)

Hill Schwartz Spilker Keller LLC (HSSK) is a professional services firm devoted to business valuation, litigation consulting and financial restructuring. The principals have been serving the corporate, legal and professional communities for over forty years. HSSK assists clients in quantifying and articulating value for financial reporting, taxation, transaction, and corporate planning purposes. The Firm works with clients involved in filed and pending litigation and disputes by providing valuation services, financial restructuring, financial damage determination, and bankruptcy related services, including serving as financial advisors to parties, as trustees, and as examiners.


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